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For most of us, soy sauce is little more than a salty side note. What started out as a by-product of food preservation methods in ancient China has developed into a star ingredient with global reach. What are we to make of one of the world's oldest condiments, its origins, and introduction to the United States?

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Published October 6th, 2014

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By Elizabeth Saxe

The baby food industry is changing fast. With organic, sophisticated blends cornering the market, and parents making food for their babies at home, what counts as baby food in 2014?


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Founded in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of food culture and food systems and a ton more. In 2015, the event took place April 10th through 12th at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn and Heritage Radio Network was there to catch the highlights. As cuisines cross space and time, listen as this panel explores the history, politics and economics of dishes that have migrated across borders and time from their native cuisines to new homes across the globe.

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